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Topic - dustin pedroia
A year after bolstering their rotation at the trade deadline, it looks as if the Boston Red Sox are exploring the market again. Manager John Farrell announced a move indicating the Red Sox are seriously considering offers for Lester, their ace, before Thursday's non-waiver trade deadline.
Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia was ejected at the end of the third inning in Sunday's game against Tampa Bay by home plate umpire D.J. Reyburn.
Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia is out of Saturday night's game against Tampa Bay with a right hand injury suffered in his last at-bat one night earlier.
The Red Sox are headed home with a new streak and renewed optimism.
The pain of seeing a lead disappear against the Red Sox was bad enough for the Braves.
There's a troubling trend developing on baseball's best pitching staff.
David Ortiz and the Boston Red Sox were in desperate need of a big hit.
The bottom of the ninth opened as if it was scripted for the defending World Series champion Red Sox.
The strong finish by Texas Rangers left-hander Robbie Ross wasn't enough to offset his bad start.
Yu Darvish thought he had given up a hit when Boston slugger David Ortiz made contact.
Retired Yankees closer Mariano Rivera says he would take Boston's Dustin Pedroia over former teammate Robinson Cano as his top second baseman.
Daric Barton didn't bat and barely got on the field. He still made the game-saving play.
Jon Lester didn't feel very good warming up before the game. He couldn't have done much better once it started.
After scoring 25 runs over three games, Oakland's offense finally stalled.
Dustin Pedroia spent the first month of the season just one home run shy of 100 in his career.
"Obviously we're not in the position that we want to be in. We haven't played very well and our record shows that. That's why you hear all those rumors," Dustin Pedroia said. "It's something you don't like going through. It makes you feel worse. We don't want to be in this position."
"Playing with him so long and then you see him playing against us, it's definitely kind of weird," Dustin Pedroia said.